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Garth In The Passenger Seat
In a recent survey conducted by the Exxon Company on Driver Behavior, Garth Brooks placed second on a list of preferred passengers to take on a road trip. Actor/comedian Robin Williams took first place with 22 percent of the votes; Brooks tied for second place with actress Helen Hunt, garnering 15 percent of the votes. John Travolta and the Seinfeld cast tied for third place with 10 percent of the votes. Brooks sold over 61,000 tickets to four upcoming shows at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City, Utah (July 9-12). Brooks broke the arena's ticket sales record set by The Grateful Dead in 1995, when they performed three shows for more than 48,000 fans.
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